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Religious feeling influences new product uptake

21-05-2015 Companies introducing new products or services could face significant delays in adoption if they ignore the religious status of their target market.

Digging deep to unearth success in mining ventures

21-05-2015 New light has been shone on the pathway to success for mineral exploration ventures in Australia.

QUT looking for inspired researchers and academics

21-05-2015 QUT is looking for 40 inspired researchers and academics to join its fold. Australia's fastest growing research university, QUT is further expanding its research capacity, intending to attract 20 innovative research fellows across a wide range of disciplines from new fields such as medical robotics to technology, strategy and innovation to bioproducts and digital productivity.

Profiling our worst speeding offenders: CARRS-Q study

20-05-2015 Drivers who excessively and regularly speed are also more likely to break other laws with a QUT study revealing more than 55 per cent of repeat high-range speeding offenders have a criminal history.

Crying wolf on youth crime wave in Queensland leads to record detentions

20-05-2015 Youth crime has been in decline for a decade but the number of young people in detention in Queensland has increased 34 per cent over the past five years.

Flood aftermath linked to post-traumatic stress: QUT study

19-05-2015 Brisbane flood victims suffered more psychological distress during the rebuilding phase than as waters inundated their homes and businesses, a QUT study has found.

Australia’s Eurovision wild card debut to open the social media floodgates

19-05-2015 With Australia set to make its debut in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest on 23 May as a wild card entrant in the grand final local fans of the contest are expected to send social media into meltdown and generate more Eurovision-themed parties.

'Super Awesome!' world premiere for QUT acting grads

18-05-2015 A new feature film by two QUT acting graduates will bring its humour, music and marriage equality message to Brisbane for a special screening with the filmmakers on June 19 following its world premiere in Toronto on May 29.

Taxpayers still footing the carbon emissions bill

18-05-2015 The axing of the carbon tax has redirected costs of $14 per tonne of emissions directly to taxpayers, denied Australia access to a growing international carbon market, and stymied the creation of green jobs, QUT legal academic Dr Felicity Deane said.

QUT calls for future scientists as teens sign up for STEM camps

18-05-2015 The widely-anticipated QUT Vice-Chancellor's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) camp is now open for Queensland's smartest Year 11 students to apply.


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